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    • 5/14/2015
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    • 20150407-E3171-2147433912
    Incident Description: Very Hungry Caterpillar Stroller Cards have four snaps to attach them to the stroller. One of the snaps came off during normal play, posing a choking hazard.
    Product: Books, Magazines, Albums or Scrapbooks (4047)
    Product Description: The Very Hungry Caterpillar Stroller Cards, as seen here http://www.amazon.com/Hungry-Caterpillar-Stroller-Cards-World/dp/1452114471
    Injury Info: Incident, No Injury
    Manufacturer / Importer / Private Labeler: CHRONICLE BOOKS
    Business Comments:
    (5/7/2015) Safety has always been an important priority for Chronicle Books, and we require that all our suppliers meet US safety standards for all components. The Very Hungry Caterpillar Stroller Cards (as well as six other Stroller Card titles) passed all tests for ... (More)
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    • 6/2/2014
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    • 20140428-227EB-1399893
    Incident Description: (04/27/2014) The consumer stated her child was on the floor playing with the book. He had the book for about three minutes and was able to take the three of the little plastic eyes from one of the characters. There are about ten plastic eyes throughout the ... (More)
    Product: Books, Magazines, Albums or Scrapbooks (4047)
    Product Description: child's book age range 1 and up
    Injury Info: Incident, No Injury
    Manufacturer / Importer / Private Labeler: Kidsbooks LLC
    Business Comments:
    (5/30/2014) This is in response to a letter from the Consumer Product Safety Commision ("CPSC") addressed to Kidsbooks dated May 16, 2014. The letter enclosed an incident report relating to a Kidsbook book that is a part of the "I See" collection of books. We provide the ... (More)
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